Manning School of Business

Policies and Programs

The Manning School of Business, led by Dean Katheryn Carter, Ph.D., is fully accredited at the undergraduate and graduate levels by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The School offers an undergraduate program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) with concentrations in the five areas of management. Refer to the Graduate Catalog for information about graduate programs in the School. Following the AACSB philosophy, the School endeavors to create the intellectual climate required to offer a dynamic, high quality undergraduate education in business through a challenging, relevant curriculum. To enhance the quality of the management program, the faculty of the School is actively engaged in teaching, research, outreach, and other scholarly activities designed to support a major focus on institutional excellence.

The Manning School of Business promotes economic development by offering high quality educational programs, internships, and by conducting both applied and theoretical research that support sustainable regional economic development. These activities provide students with the knowledge, skills, and sound ethical foundations to function effectively in a rapidly changing global environment.

Programs are designed to develop broad integrative skills, using leading edge business technology, and a problem solving orientation that can be applied to all functional areas of management. In addition to program content, the primary learning objectives include critical thinking, teamwork, diversity, ethics, and communications. For more information visit the Manning School of Business or contact us.

Policy

Bachelor's Degree Programs